electro-goth

Dead End Finland to release new studio album “Inter Vivos” on January 24th 2020

Finnish melodic metal band Dead End Finland released a new single “Deathbed” from their forthcoming album. Their fourth full-length album “Inter Vivos” will finally see the daylight on January 24th, 2020, via Inverse Records.
 
The album will feature a variety of songs from the melodic metal genre. “Deathbed” is the opening track of the album and it represents the more aggressive and industrial side, but also introduces the versatile melodies of the band.
 

Mortiis to release new studio album “Spirit of Rebellion” on January 24th 2020

The undisputed inventor of dungeon synth, Mortiis, has revealed the cover artwork for his forthcoming album “Spirit of Rebellion”.

The album artwork was created by French visual artist & fantasy illustrator David Thiérrée, who is also known for his work with Behemoth, Primordial, Wolves In The Throne Room.
 

Fyrhtu to release debut album “No More Days in the Light” on November 8th 2019

Oakland-based ambient-electronic folk project Fyrhtu, formed in the past year by members of Vastum, Hammers Of Misfortune, Cardinal Wyrm, and more, presents their expansive debut, “No More Days in the Light”. The newly completed album will see release on November 8th, 2019, and this week, the cover art, track listing, and a brief trailer for the album have been issued.
 

Rammstein - Rammstein

Hmm… am I qualified to even do this, I wonder…?! I guess Rammstein is a world known and renowned band, one of the pioneering bands of the Neue Deutsche Härte subgenre of rock. Their industrial militant style might owe a great deal to forerunners of the style like Laibach and especially Oomph!, but whereas Laibach is a band that has a more selective appeal (to quote Spinal Tap) after being embraced by a famous Hollywood director, the Germans just exploded.

Modern Mimes release music video for “Mind Lies”

Modern Mimes is an American music artist duo from Fort Lauderdale, FL. The duo consists of Adi Elcida Hernandez on vocals/guitar/sampling and Ernesto Paez on the double neck guitar bass.

Their music can be best described as “Future Goth”, a term they coined in order to explain the fusion of alternative heavy guitar riffs, powerfully haunting vocals, subconscious provoking lyrics, electronic drums, and catchy pop melodies.

Crematory signs with Napalm Records

German metal legends Crematory join forces with Napalm Records!

One of the pioneering acts of the fertile European goth metal scene in the 1990s, Crematory began as a strict death metal unit in 1991 before adding goth and industrial elements into their arsenal. In their 28 year long career, the band, centered around original members Markus Jüllich and Felix Stass, released 14 studio albums, three live albums, various compilations and splits, played hundreds of shows around the globe and they are still hungry for more.

Oomph! live in London 2019

Hardly a band has ever influenced the German musical scene so deeply and keeps it heavily fascinated! Oomph! combine many music style such as metal, industrial, alternative rock/metal, electronica and gothic to create their sound. Their style changed over the years, especially from their first album, which was released in 1992; though they started with very much a dance-laden industrial sound, they quickly moved to a much more heavily guitar-driven metal sound.
 

Oomph!

Hi guys, it’s been almost 4 years since your previous album. What happened during these four years?